Kings Lodge is a purpose built Nursing Home on the south coast situated on the edge of Chichester harbour. The Home caters for 77 residents providing care to male and females over the age of 65 for long and short term stays who may require nursing care. Facilities include a high dependency unit and provisions for respite, intermediate and general nursing care as well as EMI nursing care.
Our Home has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere with family visits welcomed at any time. Refreshments are available for visitors at all times and arrangements can be made for residents to eat their meals with their guests in private.
Dixon Xavier-Home Manager
"I have been working with LRH-Homes since 2010 where I started my career as a registered nurse and have worked my way through the ranks to become Home Manager at Kings Lodge in 2015. I have over the years gained extensive experience working in the care home sector and the NHS. I bring a wealth of experience in dementia and high dependency nursing care.
Kings Lodge is one of the largest care homes in West Sussex. We are pleased to be able to offer separate residential, nursing and dementia units. This allows our residents to move between units if their care needs change and avoids the trauma of having to move to another care home.
One of the best things I can say about Kings Lodge is that it is a joy and a pleasure to work here. What really makes me proud to be the Manager at Kings Lodge is the staff team. We work together and we have the same goals and values. What we never forget is that we are here for the residents, to make their lives that much more joyful. I manage a highly motivated and capable team that is bursting with enthusiasm and energy. We all get tremendous satisfaction from delivering a really high standard of care to the residents, and I think everyone recognises that by doing that we are making our own jobs more enjoyable and rewarding. We build up genuinely meaningful relationships with the residents and their families, and I think that makes a huge difference to our residents general quality of life and wellbeing."